Last updated:
15 August 2017

West Sussex Transport Plan 2011-26 (LTP3)

View our strategy for future investment in our highways and transport infrastructure.

The West Sussex Transport Plan 2011-26 (LTP3) sets the strategy for guiding future investment in our highways and transport infrastructure. It also sets a framework for considering transport infrastructure requirements associated with future development across the county.

The Plan includes four strategies that guide our approach to maintaining, managing and investing in transport and for meeting our main objective of improving the quality of life for West Sussex residents:

  1. promoting economic growth
  2. tackling climate change
  3. providing access to services, employment and housing
  4. improving safety, security and health.

The first part of the plan lays out our vision and long-term strategy. Part two sets out our implementation plan with key issues and aims for improvements to the transport network across West Sussex.

West Sussex Transport Plan 2011-26 (PDF, 3MB)

Reference copies are available to view in our libraries. Contact us using the details below to obtain a hard copy or find out about our first or second transport plans (LTP1 published in 2000 and LTP2 published in 2006).

Details about current, planned and potential major highway projects are in our Road projects section. How we keep track of our Transport Plan is on our Transport Plan monitoring page.

National Productivity Investment Fund

In the October 2016 Autumn Statement, the Department for Transport announced a second round of National Productivity Investment Funding (NPIF) to support transport schemes that will be delivered during 2018/19 and 2019/20.

We have submitted a bid application to this fund for the A285 Westhampnett Road, Chichester, in support of the West Sussex Pinch Points Programme. The scheme includes improvements to the two mini roundabouts on Westhampnett Road, along with improved cycle and pedestrian facilities. Our submitted bid is available below.

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